SAMSUNG ANNOUNCES THEIR 2023 SMART MONITORS WHICH AIM TO DO IT ALL
- 03 Jun - 09 Jun, 2023
Vivo’s X90 Pro, announced for the Chinese market last November, is getting an international release. The X90 Pro is notable for being the latest to use Sony’s 1-inch-type 50-megapixel IMX989 camera sensor, and Vivo is keen to emphasise the low-light photography capabilities. It’s joined by the non-Pro X90, which is getting a more limited release outside China. For now, it’s only saying that they’ll be releasing gradually across markets, starting with Malaysia, where the X90 Pro will cost around $1,174 and the X90 will cost around $869. The X90 Pro is far from the first smartphone to ship with a 1-inch-type sensor. Internally, the X90 Pro is powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 9200 processor, with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. It supports up to 120W wired charging, and 50W wireless charging, with Vivo claiming that the former can fully change its battery in under half an hour. It’s got a 6.78-inch 1260p OLED display, and dual stereo speakers. It’s only available in black internationally, with a vegan leather texture, and has an IP68 rating for dust and water resistance.